Last November, Our Saviour Episcopal Church in Silver Spring Maryland was one of two Episcopal churches defaced with hateful grafitti. In this post, Kathy Staudt reflects on how that experience led her to create a prayer vigil for this Inauguration weekend.
Day: January 22, 2017
Jordan and Luci discuss the invasion of the Midianites and the conclusion of Numbers
This short volume packs a lot of good in its pages; and offers something for everyone from the curious seeker to a seasoned preacher. Built around the lectionary readings for year A from the Revised Common Lectionary; each chapter focuses on a particular season of the church year.
This originally appeared on the website of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City, NY By The Very Rev’d Michael T. Sniffen, Dean Many public theologians and clergy in The Episcopal Church are weighing in on the issue of whether or not President-Elect Donald Trump’s name (and not just his office) should be […]
We have courage the way we have insight and discernment. It is imbedded in us by a God whose life is love. Courage is simply love which has engaged the daily, the mundane, the regular and so won the day simply by showing up.
Who have you written off? In whom do you no longer even look for the light of God? Which enemy have you so thoroughly demonized that you can not see anything virtuous in them?